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Extractions: Ahmed ibn Yusuf 's father Yusuf ibn Ibrahim was also a mathematician. Yusuf ibn Ibrahim lived in Baghdad but moved to Damascus in about 839. After a little while he moved again, taking his son Ahmed with him, and went to live in Cairo. Although we are far from certain about the date of Ahmed's birth it is believed to have been before the family moved to Damascus. Again it is unclear exactly when the family moved again to Cairo but as Ahmed became known as "al-Misri " meaning "the Egyptian" it is likely that he lived in Cairo from a fairly young age. It is worth saying a word or two about Yusuf ibn Ibrahim, Ahmed's father, since scholars have had some difficulty in deciding which texts are due to the father, which to the son, or perhaps to joint work of the two. Yusuf ibn Ibrahim is known to have been a member of a group of scholars and this must have provided a strong intellectual environment for Ahmed. As well as a text on medicine, Yusuf is known to have written a work on astronomy and produced a collection of astronomical tables. Ahmed was to achieve an important role in Egypt and to understand this we must examine how Egypt achieved relative independence from the Abbasid Caliph. The Caliphs had strengthened their armies in the 9
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References For Ahmed References for the biography of ahmed ibn yusuf. M Steinschneider, Yusuf benIbrahim und ahmed ibn yusuf, Bibliotheca mathematica (1888), 49117. http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Ahmed.html
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Yusuf Ibn Tashufin -- Encyclopædia Britannica ahmed ibn yusuf alMisri University of St.Andrews, Scotland Biographical sketchof this mathematician known for his works on ratio and proportion, http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9078167
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Extractions: The whole ninth century was essentially a Muslim century. This more clear in the second half than of the first, since all the scientific leaders were Muslims, or at any rate were working with and for Muslims and wrote in Arabic. Cultural Background Abbasid Caliph Al-Mutawakkil (847-861) continued to protect men of science, chiefly the physicians, and he encouraged the school of translators headed by Hunain ibn Ishaq.
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Extractions: Born: 835 in Baghdad (now in Iraq) Died: 912 in Cairo, Egypt. Ahmed ibn Yusuf wrote on ratio and proportion and it was translated into Latin by Gherard of Cremona. The book is largely a commentary on, and expansion of, Book 5 of Euclid's Elements . Ahmed ibn Yusuf also gave methods to solve tax problems which appear in Fibonacci's Liber Abaci . He was also quoted by Bradwardine, Jordanus and Pacioli. Abu Kamil Shuja ibn Aslam ibn Muhammad ibn Shuja Born: about 850 in (possibly) Egypt. Died: about 930. Abu Kamil Shuja is sometimes known as al'Hasib and he worked on integer solutions of equations. He also gave the solution of a fourth degree equation and of a quadratic equation with irrational coefficients. Abu Kamil's work was the basis of Fibonacci's books. He lived later than al'Khwarizmi and his biggest advance was in the use of irrational coefficients. Theon of Alexandria Born: about 335 in (possibly) Alexandria, Egypt. Died: about 395. Theon was the father of Hypatia and worked in Alexandria as a professor of mathematics and astronomy. He produced commentaries on many works such as Ptolemy's Almagest and works of Euclid. Theon was a competent but unoriginal mathematician. Theon's version of Euclid's Elements (with textual changes and some additions) was the only Greek text of the Elements known, until an earlier one was discovered in the Vatican in the late 19
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Extractions: Trashëgimia muslimane Në përgjithësi është i njohur fakti se francezi Louis Braille (1809.-1852.) zbuloi mënyrën e leximit për persona të verbër. Vetë i verbër, me maje të gishtërinjëve lexonte sistemin prej gjashtë pikave konvekse në letër të trashë. Më vonë pas vdekjes së tij zbulimin e tij filluan të përdorin të verbërit në tërë botën. Por, pak është i njohur fakti se 600 vite para Brailleit muslimani nga Sirija Ali ibn Ahmed ibn Yusuf (vdiç në vitin 1314.) i verbër nga lindja zbuloi sistemin e leximit me anë të gishtërinjëve me shkronja konvekse. Shumica e përendimorëve nuk janë të vetëdishëm se shumica e ushqimit dhe pijeve të cilat i konsumojnë çdo ditë kanë prejardhje muslimane. Këtu gjithsesi në vend të parë është kafja. Në shekullin 10. për herë të parë kafja filloi të kultivohet dhe të përgatitet në Jemen. Pirësit e parë të kafes ishin Sufitë të cilët e përdorën atë si stimulans të mbeten të zgjuar gjatë dhikrit të gjatë të natës. Nga Jemeni për në Mekke dhe Stamboll kafja erdhi nëpërmjet Haxhinjëve dhe tregëtarëve në fund të shekullit 15. Në hënë 609 formacione të cilat më së shpeshti i emërtojmë si kraterë mbajnë emrat e personalitetve të njohura, 13 prej tyre mbajnë emrat e astronomëve muslimanë nga mesjeta.